Your Donation Makes A Difference.

Helping kids learn, dream, and achieve.

giving catalogue

Our Giving Catalogue offers a variety of gifts for you to choose from that have immediate and measurable impacts, right here in your community. Your generous support of ONFE helps us reach students in all four Ottawa school boards.

tribute gifts

Your holiday season shopping just got a whole lot more meaningful.

ONFE will send a card on your behalf to your desired gift recipient. Simply remember to include the recipient’s name and address in the Tribute Gift page. If you would like to send a card yourself, please let us know.

 

$20 feeds one child for a whole month.

Research confirms that children and youth who eat a healthy breakfast engage more in class and perform better academically.

$40 provides literacy support to 40 primary students.

ONFE’s OttawaReads program ensures that all youth have the chance to finish school with the tools, knowledge and skills they need to complete their studies and go on to fulfilling careers.

$125 allows 5 elementary school students to develop entrepreneurial skills.

By fostering a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in K-12, we are empowering young people to become job creators.

$25 purchases program materials for 6 students for JA’s Economics for Success program.

Since 2012, JA volunteers have engaged more than 32,000 Ottawa students in JA programs that provide hands-on, experiential learning activities.

$95 provides one child a healthy meal for one semester.

Every year, ONFE serves 2.5 million meals to students across Ottawa who, through no fault of their own, arrive at school hungry - and the need continues to grow.

$200 buys program materials for one school for a year.

ONFE’s Classroom Gardens, now in 40 schools across Ottawa, teaches students about planting, growing, harvesting, and eating healthy foods.

Learn More About ONFE

Thanks to your generous donations, we:

serve 2.5 million breakfasts;

train 2,000 volunteers;

teach 2,000 children to grow their own food;

give free substance abuse support to 1,400 students;

teach 7,000 students about entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills.

Every year.